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What is the Defeating Diabetes Program?
“Defeating Diabetes” is a program which will reverse your Type 2 Diabetes.
You will learn of new research and how it reveals that a new white starch can reverse your diabetes, and will prevent diabetes becoming a full blown disease to those who are pre-diabetic.
You will learn that if start using this “super starch” today you will be able to gain control of your blood sugar. You will also lose a lot of abdominal fat and totally eliminate your diabetes.
This is a natural solution which is safer than any drug and will not have any side-effects.
You will also learn that the Pharmaceutical do not want you to know of this, and the reason for that is because of you are cured of your diabetes they will not be able to make a profit from you. These Pharmaceutical companies are not your friend.
Diabetes is a leading cause of kidney disease and can cause all sorts of health complications. Your body could lose Vitamin D which will then lead to difficulty with heart health and bone health.
Are you worried that diabetes could destroy your eyesight? Or are you worried that you could end up with your feet being amputated? Would you rather not having to rely on dangerous medication and insulin for the rest of your life? Are you also afraid that your diabetes could lead to your death at a young age?
If you said yes to any of these then you must know that the Defeating Diabetes program could rescue you. You can and you will be able to rid yourself of diabetes. It can be reversed.
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How Does The Defeating Diabetes Program Work?
In the program you will read of a 2014 study in Iowa State University about this “super starch” and of how it could also save your kidneys, improve your vitamin D and help you control your body’s blood sugar immensely.
This was done as a double-blind study in which diabetics were fed either the “super starch” or regular cornstarch for 6 weeks.
The results of the study were that the group eating the “super starch” prevented Urinary loss of Vitamin D and reduced their high blood sugar by 41%
You will also learn of a 2005 study done in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that revealed that adding just a few tablespoons worth of this “Super Starch” improved subjects sensitivity by 33% in only 4 weeks.
After consuming this “super starch” you will also feel satisfied after you meal which will help stop you overeating and packing on weight. You will be relieved of the cravings you will be having for food and will even lower your cholesterol levels.
This “Super Starch” is called Resistant Starch. Many studies are saying that Resistant Starch will be a hugely important food for people with diabetes.
Resistant Starch is resistant to digestion. That means it will pass through your system without being digested. It functions like a soluble fiber. It will reach you colon and will feed the friendly bacteria in you body. Good bacteria in your body has many health benefits, they help create important compounds which will have health benefits.
The health benefits of this includes improved insulin sensitivity, lower blood sugar levels, better feelings of satisfaction after a meal which will help you avoid overeating and will help you with weight loss.
In the Defeating Diabetes Program you will learn where to get the resistant starch.
Who is Yuri Elkaim?
Yuri Elkaim is the creator of the Defeating Diabetes Program.
He is a New York Times best selling author, a holistic nutritionist and a highly sought after health expert.
Over the past 15 years Yuri Elkaim has worked for over 500,000 people bringing them to good health.
He has been a regular guest on shows like Dr. Oz and The Doctors.
What Is Contained In The Program?
The Super Starch Solution You will learn the best sources of Resistant Starch and how to prepare the good foods that will help increase your intake of the Resistant Starch
How To Eat To Beat Diabetes You will learn of many great diabetes friendly recipes and you will learn of the best meal plans.
20 Delicious Diabetes Recipes 20 recipes based on whole and healthy foods which are quick to prepare and are delicious.
Iso Burn “No Movement” Workout The correct exercise is a very important component of dealing with diabetes. You will learn of this in easy to follow audio and video.
More Tips For Dealing With Diabetes
The lifestyles and eating habits of most Americans is causing an epidemic of overweight and obesity, in turn increasing the number of diabetic patients. There are over 20 million people the U.S. that have diabetes. In order to control and manage this disease we must take care of our lifestyle.
Having a healthy life will free you from illness and therefore, will let you do whatever you want to, anytime and anywhere. When you always feel sick and weak, you should spend some time to reflect on the food that you must eat. In addition, it will boost your energy if you spend some time for exercises and some activities.
Lifestyle Changes to Help With Your Diabetes
If you are not exercising on a regular basis you should begin right now. You should devise a workout plan and stick to it.
You can start gently; just ride your bicycle or go for a walk. Your aim (in just beginning) should be to do something that will make you sweat a little and breathe a little harder for just half an hour per day.
Once you get into the routine of this you can then take it up a level and increase the intensity of your exercise. You will soon build up a good level of fitness.
If you are physically active you will help control your diabetes by bringing down your blood sugar.
Being physically fit will also bring many more benefits into your life; it will lower your chance of heart disease, you will lose excess fat, you will have more energy throughout the day, you will have stronger and more toned muscles and you will just feel better in general.
Cardio conditioning. It is great exercise and there is really no substitute for it. Not a series of five minute intervals, not sprinting, not barbell or dumbbell complexes. These are all good, but the heart is made of different muscle fibres and needs extended steady state conditioning. Walking, running, riding a bike, skating, etc. These all qualify. Do 20-30 minutes every day and your body will thank you.
Keep your cardiovascular in a good condition, which is also excellent for your weight. The amount of fat you burn is dependent on the efficiency of that process.
Cardiovascular exercise is going to bring you many health benefits.
A good program of cardio exercise will increase your muscle strength, it will reduce your body fat, it is going to increase the level of energy you have throughout the day, it will keep your cholesterol levels at a healthy level and it will strengthen your heart.
It is clear to see the multitude of health benefits you will have with good cardio exercise.
Strength and resistance training also has a place when dealing with diabetes, actually it is one of the best things you can do.
If you have diabetes strength training is going to help you respond better to insulin, it will improve the way your body uses blood sugar, it will help you lose weight and it is going to lower your risk of heart disease. Also, remember, the more muscle you gain the more fat you will lose. Weight training improves your metabolism and gives you more energy to do work. Soon you will feel much better overall, stronger, more confident and healthier. It also helps in preventing early adult diabetes. Initially you may feel stressed out but do not give up. The harder the challenge the better is the result.
Your diet is hugely important if you are dealing with Diabetes. This is because what you eat affects your blood sugar.
Carbohydrates can be problematic for those dealing with diabetes; carbohydrates will turn into sugars, so because of this you must keep a close eye on your carb intake. Sugars are particularly important to watch, as it will raise blood sugar then drop it through the floor. Your doctor can give you a list of how much you can consume on a daily basis, which will help you steer away from stuff that will cause complications.
This doesn’t mean that you should totally avoid carbohydrates, you need them as a part of a balanced diet as they are an essential source of energy and they also provide vitamins and nutrients.
There are two main kinds of Carbohydrates; starchy or complex carbohydrates and sugary carbohydrates.
Starchy or complex carbohydrates include such foods as potatoes, breads, cereals and pasta. Starch carbohydrates should be the basis of your main meals, and you should opt for high fibre or whole grain options.
Sugary Carbohydrates including many sugars. These provide a very concentrated source of energy and can contribute to weight gain. These types of carbohydrates will increase your blood sugar level, and should be regulated in your diet and only eaten in moderation.
You should also limit the intake of foods that are high in fats.
The excess fats in your diet is going to contribute to your weight gain as well as being bad for our hearts. However, totally eliminating fats from our bodies will be bad because fat is essential for some body functions like producing bile which aids digestion and for the production of hormones like insulin which is needed for absorbing vitamins and nutrients in our bodies.
All types of fats will have the same calorie value however some are better for our bodies and for our hearts than others. We must aim to replace the trans fats and saturated fats with unsaturated fats which will keep our hearts healthy.
There are a few things we can do to help avoid the bad fats being in our diet; moderate and regulate your favourite fatty snacks to have them just occasionally, Grill your food instead of frying them, and avoid highly processed foods.
Protein In our bodies are used for the maintenance, growth and repairing of cells. It is very important to have protein in our diets, because it will help us produce antibodies which will fight against infections, it will help us build muscle if we are working out in the gym.
You should have protein in at least two meals per day. You will get protein from fish, meat, poultry and dairy products.
Have a Regular Doctor Check-up
If you have diabetes you should have a check-up at least two times per year. This is because being diabetic may make you vulnerable to other illnesses.
Diabetes will increase the chance of developing heart disease, so you should have your blood sugar, blood pressure and cholesterol checked.
You should also have an eye exam done at your check-up.
Dealing with Stress
Stress – Reducing stress is very important. You know that stress can cause your blood pressure and blood sugars to rise, so you really need to get control of it. Also, when you are under stress you may begin to not manage your diabetes well, you might forget to exercise, and you may forget your medication.
As well as being bad for diabetics stress will have a number of other negative effects in our lives; if you are dealing with a lot of stress you may begin to have stress headaches from the tension, you may begin to suffer from depression, you may have a weakened immune system, you may suffer from insomnia and you will have a higher blood pressure and higher blood sugar. It is clear to see the myriad of problems that stress will bring into our lives, therefore it is vital have know how to deal with it effectively.
There are a number of great ways to manage your stress on a daily basis that everyone should incorporate in their live not just people who suffer from Diabetes.
Being free of stress is going to bring many benefits into our lives.
Being free of stress is going to lower your blood pressure. This will help you avoid heart problems because a high blood pressure will put stress on your heart and lead to things like angina, artery disease, heart disease, heart attacks and heart failure.
It will increase your memory and cognitive performance, you will be able to think more clearly.
You will be more mentally healthy, it will help you keep things like depression at bay.
You will be less likely to suffer from other ailments such as having a stroke, it will help you keep your weight at a healthy level.
Also, if you are free of stress you will just be able to enjoy life a lot more.
How can we deal with stress?
There are a number of ways we can deal with stress on a daily basis that are easy to practice and only take a few minutes.
Meditation; People have been practicing meditation for thousands of years and the physical and mental health benefits of it have been known for a long time.
Some of the earliest practitioners of meditation were the Hindus of ancient India around 1500BC and by the Buddhist monks of China around 400BC.
Modern kind of meditation include practices such as Transcendental Meditation, Guided Visualization, Mindfulness and many others. To find the school of thought that best suits you you should do a little research to find which one suits you best.
Although the different schools of thought will each differ slightly in the practice of meditation, it is still easy to practice, for example to meditate you will find somewhere comfortable where you will not be disturbed for a few minutes, relax your mind and relax your body.
Meditation is good for us both mentally and physical; mentally you will reduce stress, you will improve your cognitive functioning, you will improve your memory and your well-being.
Physically you will relax your body and reduce your blood pressure.
Avoid Caffeine, Alcohol, and Nicotine; to deal with stress you must eliminate or regulate your consumption of Caffeine, alcohol and nicotine.
Caffeine and nicotine are stimulants which will raise your stress level, alcohol is a depressant when taken in large quantities, but it is a stimulant when taken on small quantities.
You can swap you intake of alcohol and caffeine with fruit juices or with herbal teas, both of which are much more beneficial to you.
Physical activity; the importance of exercise to people with diabetes is described in much more detail above, however it must also be mentioned that exercise and physical activity will go a long way to reduce your stress.